Day 10 of our advent prize draw gives entrants the opportunity to win a DNA’24 DB26 Bread Knife from Savernake worth £199. Please note you must be over 18 to enter this prize draw.
Savernake have chosen 4mm serrations for their bread knife as this allows everything from crusty sourdough to soft white to be cut up without making a hideous mess – and it is also perfect for dealing with a large Beef Wellington.
You don’t have to be a Michelin-starred chef to deserve your own custom knife. Though we’re lucky enough to have made knives for such culinary luminaries as Tom Aikens, Jasmine Hemsley and Matt Worswick, (to name but a few) we’ve also made thousands of knives for enthusiastic amateur cooks and as unforgettable gifts for hard-to-buy-for loved ones.
Above and beyond everything, we’re passionate about making the best blades we possibly can. Balance, geometry, comfort, sharpness, weight and precision are our first priorities – once (and only once) we’re confident that our knife is a beautifully engineered tool, do we start to flesh out the aesthetics. We believe in a perfect fusion of world-class function and striking design.
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